|Published February 19, 2004|
Carbon's unemployment rate stabilizes
A bulldozer pushes coal into piles at the Wild Cat loadout. After more than 100 years, the coal and mining related industries are still one of the mainstays of employment in Carbon County. Department of workforce services data appear to indicate th...
Questar pipeline meeting attracts crowd, concerned comments
First responders always show up at the scenes of emergencies in Carbon County within a few minutes of the onset of an incident. But in the event of a major disaster situation, emergency personnel may not be available or may not be able to reach the...
Price City Questions County's Rda Figures
On Jan. 29, the Price downtown redevelopment tax board voted 6-2 to stop funding for RDA projects in the zone next year.
CIB Allocates Funding for Sewer Line Project
Funding to complete the remainder of the sewer line extension project was awarded to Price River Water Improvement District by the Utah Community Impact Board on Feb. 5.
Going red gets attention
For your heart, your health, your life. Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association's national call for women to take charge of their heart health, and live stronger, longer lives. Talia Valdez-Martinez is taking charge of her heart health b...
Non-traditional Students Find Home on CEU Campus
College dignitaries, faculty, staff and a crowd of students (non-traditional and traditional) celebrated the opening of the Non-Traditional Student Center with a ribbon--cutting ceremony and open house on Jan. 28....
City reveals changes to council
Price City recently changed the responsibilities of council members.
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